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kicking off. >>> google is giving streaming music a run for its money. mountain view based company unveiled its all access music service today. for $10 a month android phone and tablet losers will be able to stream millions of songs. all access will compete with -- google's ceo larry page took the stage today. >> the opportunities we have are tremendous. we haven't seen this rate of change in computing for a long time. probably not since the birth of personal computing. >> page's remarks ranged from the need to encourage children to pursue a career in computer sciences to the constant competition in the technology industry. page had skipped public events because of his voice. he refused to explain the problem. >>> arson is suspected in an apartment fire that left two residents with minor injuries. the fire broke out shortly after 5:00 this morning at a complex on oak side road which is fairly close to fair oaks elementary school. news chopper 2 was over the fire shortly after it began. the flames were spreading quickly opinion even people next door were evacuated. >> i grabbed ever
, they are moving in higher elevations with cooler cloud formations. try to google lenticular, they're cool and fast naturecin. all right, the high pressure here, just as we finally get the storm pattern to break. showers, high pressure moving onshore the next three to four days, temperatures increase about ten to 20 degrees. dry northerly winds come around the back side of this, for the fire warnings potentially by sunday and monday. not a high fire danger tomorrow, lots of widespread cloud cover here for all the counties we're highlighting. back in solano, santa cruz, also san francisco, and right up into the north bay. but by the afternoon, plenty of sunshine for the interior valleys, all the areas we highlight here. for the east bay down to the south bay. holding onto the cloud cover for san francisco, if you are heading there, you hear visiting, you want to do all the classic san francisco stuff, the breeze, cooler air in place, also cloud cover by the golden gate bridge. temperatures in the morning hours, upper 40s, low 50s. extremes. friday, numbers are not too much warmer, in the south bay,
of the big name tech stocks are faring pretty well today in general with google leading the way with a better than 1%. apple is lagging behind, down almost a full percent on the trading session. intel and ebay are also on the list. the market overall rallying on the bullish comments. he made those comments on "squawk box" this morning. >> very similar to early stage economy. utilization is low, so you have room there. we have a bit of room to run. >> well, is mr. tepper right? good to see you again, andrew. >> thank you. >> you're thrilled. you've been bullish on this market for some time. >> basically what david tepper is saying the whole rally from the low has only been about earnings. and so we could have a combination of pretty good earnings plus p.e. expansion. that makes for a pretty good market. i think that's what we're on the cusp of. i would call the second stage, which is the p.e. expanding market. we interview so much people that are looking for what they kerr a healthy correction in the market. >> not happening. >> it's absolutely not happening? >> i think maybe this summer, but
newsroom in new york, google's stock price surpassing $900 a share for the first time ever in the company history. keep in mind it has never been since the company went public in 2004. let's look at how google has done over the past five years, up 60%, back in 2008 trading at roughly $550 a share. right now it's trading at $900 a share. now, part of the reason is renewed investor confidence in google's ability to make money. you have its android software operating on over 600 million smart phones. look at the marketshare right here. android has 70% compared to apple's ios which has 22% of the marketshare. plus youtube, which is owned by google, is now rolling out paid programming creating new ways to make money from content. also, its annual development conference kicked off today in san francisco. investors got bullish as they anticipated possible new announcements of products. now you have to remember that last year they made an announcement and expectations were very high this year. the company announced a new version of google maps and a new phone. also take a look now at apple's main
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and about five times the profit of google is just plain wrong. i'd like to hear -- okay. go ahead. chances are it is. >> well, yeah. let me just say we don't -- i'd like to know more about that because we had until the loans got put back in the federal government an organization in vermont that made a lot of money off student loans and got turned around right back in so that more students could get loans. so we need to know what this money is being spent for. if that is what it is being spent for it's not so bad but i hardly think arne duncan is flying around in a jet like the president of exxon mobil. >> no. >> there is a bill that would create a different system whereby if students paid off the loans over the first ten years in a diligent way all the rest of it would be forgiven. we're sending a whole generation out there heavily in debt. >> absolutely. >> and unable to start their lives while we're using their lives to help narrow the federal deficit and it is going to be a big issue for this generation coming out now. >> i agree. we'll talk more about that. we've got breaking news to r
is the last trading day of the anniversary, and one analyst says that the social network should fear google, and we will tell you why. here are the futures on this beautiful friday and we are seeing, guess what, the hot air balloon market continues. put the gas in, and we will go up. more squawk on the street live from post nine when we return. t, making it easier to try filters and strategies... to get a list of equity options... evaluate them with our p&l calculator... and execute faster with our more intuitive trade ticket. i'm greg stevens and i helped create fidelity's options platform. it's one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. >>> today, one year after the facebook offering fiasco, where is the giant now? go inside of the nasdaq disaster, and could it happen again? meet mark zuckerberg and those who are running the show. how has facebook changed since the ipo? facebook, one year later, the social >>> retailers in the morning spotlight. jcpenny's lower because of the last quarter loss. and the consensus as
is. she's a global superstar and brings me to tonight's number. one. she was google's number one trening topic today. the reason why? our second story "outfront." her big news. the mother of six broke the news double mastectomy in an op-ed piece in "the new york times" today. i woke up at 4:30 and one of the first things i saw. she wrote, quote, i carry a faulty gene which sharply increases my risk of developing ovarian and breast cancer. nancy brinker, survivor and ceo of komen for the cure, dr. lisa masterson and nancy gorman. you have a long family history of cancer. you shares your father's gene mutation and elected to have your uterus, ovaries and double mastectomy done and must have been an unbearable choice. >> it was, indeed, a really hard choice to make. those are what defines us as women in many ways. our breasts and our ovaries. my risk of cancer up to 87% of breast cancer and 67% of ovarian cancer and i didn't want to live with that fear or burden over my shoulder and made the choices to have the surgeries and i've never turned become and i have two young girls and i'
're not calling for people's head when google buzz or mobile me failed for other companies. in this case, you have to give him the time. and right now stock is going up, and that's the most important thing. >> that said, the company is still down from its ipo. chris, you're arguing that this is actually a structural problem. it goes beyond the fact that they haven't recovered to that level. that actually there should be a turnover at the top here. >> i believe that zuckerberg is going contrary to what his roots are all about. he's really an entrepreneur at heart. he's not following the things he's best at, and that's strategy and vision. now that they're a publicly traded company, it's just that. they need a ceo that can sit with investors and as well as sit with analysts and i'm not seeing that from zuckerberg. >> you can say the same thing about larry paige. and larry paige has taken back the helm at google and has done a fantastic job. and there are others who do a great job leading public companies. >> i'm not saying he's a steve jobs, but steve jobs did leave the company that he founded. alth
on the s & p 500. google shares are above 900 as they've launched the music thing. i don't know what it is. this guy probably knows. >>> i'm sure there must have been a good reason why only the two and from parts were -- >> yes, you didn't want us to see the detail. >> how does the president say with a straight face you americans should trust the government. >> i'm going to stop talking now. >> mr. chairman, would you inform the witness as to the rules of this committee. >> too consistent with the way in which you conduct yourself as a member of congress. it's unacceptable and it's shameful. >> my question, are you willing to release the e-mails? >> i forgot to comment to go under the second part. >> saying i can't comment has become the fifth amendment of politics for this administration. >> man oh, man, here we go again. it looks like the barbecues are coming early, another grilling, only this time it's not just at the white house. welcome, everybody. i'm neil cavuto. it looks like jay has got some company on the barbie because right about now, it is holder on the hot seat. under fire ov
meeting sporting google glasses. a voice activated computer attached to a pair of glasses. it was recounted on twitter, quote, michele bachmann tries to google glasses today. the website she visits first, go to drudge, she says. so the first foray into the latest wave of technology was to the drudge report. finally, we turn to the new york time cross word puzzle. 54 across. chris matthews' channel. five letters. come on. an easy one. you're watching it. msnbc. >>> up next, i've had big questions about whether president obama is really in charge of this government. tonight, he did the smart thing. the tough thing. by firing the active head of the irs. is he starting to take control of the government again? let's see. this day calls you. to fight chronic osteoarthritis pain. to fight chronic low back pain. to take action. to take the next step. today, you will know you did something for your pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is a pain reliever fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pain. tell your doc
and for cisco to overcome that a good sign for the tech sector. >>> and google shares will also be in focus after the company topped $900 for the first time yesterday after unveiling several new services and products at its developers conference in san francisco including a new music subscription channel called all access. right now cisco shares up 13.5% google down 1%, market flat overall dow down 13, nasdaq up by 3, and the s&p giving up 1 point in the early going. back to you. >> thank you. >>> in your healthwatch this morning, a major breakthrough in stem cell research. researchers have created stem cells from cloned human embryos. this is a first for medical science. it means doctors might someday be able to grow tissue from a patient's own dna. ethical concerns have surrounded stem cell research. this particular research used donated eggs that were never fertilized. >>> 6:51. nasa's kepler planet hunting telescope has a problem that might ultimately end its mission. the $600 million spacecraft has lost control of one of its mechanisms that controls its direction. officials say they ar
kentucky's fried chicken tastes like. >>> hang on to your credit cards. google just made the impulse buy easier than ever. >>> back to the national lead, two individuals identified as known or suspected terrorists entered the justice department's witness protection program. according to the justice department inspector general, the u.s. marshals for some time could not find them after they left the program. if you're like a lot of us, you learned everything you know about the witness protection program from movies and tv. there's a lot the public doesn't know about the actual program. it's really quite mysterious by nature. >> "good fellas" and the occasional good guy who happened to see a bad thing. >> i'm all right now. i'm trusted. i'm clean. on my kids, i'm clean. >> the witness protection program has loomed large in the public imagination. >> hi, jimmy, how are you? >> usually depicted as a haven for turn coat mob centers. who really lives within the protected realm of the witness protection program? well, the public doesn't know for sure. that's sort of the point. here is what we d
not correlated. those dots were not connected. >> google does it. if you mistype something on google, it says, "did you mean this?" despite spending all the billions of dollars on databases, that simple spell check "did you mean this?" kind of software wasn't operating. >> narrator: and then five months later, the times square bomber. >> you can be assured that the fbi and their partners in this process have all the tools and experience they need... >> the times square bomber was a horrendously run operation. a bunch of vendors in times square said to the cops, "there's a problem with this car." >> both those cases, it was not the intelligence agencies, it was private citizens. on the plane, it was a private citizen who jumped the guy. times square, it was a vendor saying, "something's wrong there," letting the law enforcemenauthorities know it. so we were lucky because we have an alert citizenry. >> narrator: then the boston marathon... >> oh, my god! oh, my god! >> two explosions near the finish line just a short while ago... >> ...looks increasingly like some sort of a terrorist attack...
abc news.com. they comepiled the 50 mosten popular women on the web. this is per google searches. very interesting. for example, four out of the top five, only have one name. interesting one one. gaga. read them, lady keisha, who is that? madonna, beyonce, just found out pregnant. rihanna, britney spears and justin bieber. justin bieber. this is the most popular women m on the web. you do the google searches, it comes up with, yeah, that guy. >> pretty funny. right?e >> giddy. go ahead. into myntomorning i run very good friend, trace adkins. take a look at the picture who is a huge fan of "the five." i'm a huge fan of his. we took the picture and he said, tell kimberly guilfoyle i said hi. sunday night, trace will be on the live finale of "celebrity apprentice," sunday night. i'm going to go to this thing.ai he's up against penn gillette. i'm going to do it right here, right now. team trace. >> there youc go.e. y i'm going to ask for another question that you asked me on that question thing.her did i ever contact martha stewart for a date?ha the answer to that is no, i didn't, because
, right? >> reporter: yeah, we knew it was a voice issue and on google plus today, plugging his own social network, appropriately enough, he explained what it is. it's a paralyzed vocal chord. he had, he said 14 years ago, his left vocal cord was paralyzed. a few months ago, he had an issue where he had after a cold, a loss of his voice, didn't really come back. he went into the doctor, it then turn ed out the right vocal cor was paralyzed as well. after some recovery, he got a bit of his voice back, but it hasn't entirely come back. he's said it's made him a better ceo because he's had to choose hi words more carefully. at the same time, larry paige said that he's donating to medical efforts to figure out ways to help conditions like the one he has. but he says it's not effecting his ability to run the company, except, perhaps, if you take sergey's mention in a positive way. >> exactly right. he said he can choose his words more wisely, now that he has fewer of them. thank you, john. about 30 minutes into the close, the dow up about 95 points. the s&p just up about 14 points. the nasdaq r
's either headlines, five stories, one minute. mike government and google are many tooing up. microsoft's outlook.com will give users options to log into google chat to exchange instant messages or engauge in audio or visual conversations there. >>> jcpenney said it is now positioned for improving profitability and aided by promotions that historically, quote, delivered consistent gross margins. yes. >>> north american shale oil boom will help meet most of the world's new oil demand in the next five years. yes. the international energy agency forecasts north america's oil supply will grow by nearly four million barrels per day. >>> android gaming smartphone market share. gartner group shows android accounted for 75% of smartphones in the first quarter, while rival apple fell to 18%. >> espn expanding a video partnership with twitter. they will be vibl on twitter's website and mobile apps shortly after the action is live. [buzzer] david: that she made it. liz: that is it today's speed read. david: officials start to map out a strategy for winding down their $85 billion a month bond buyin
's profits on google, on netflix crossed the $1 billion threshold today as the stock rallied 3%. liz? liz: ranked as america's number one stock picker taking new positions. the capital growth management adding a stake in goldman sachs and hurtz global.@ they sold out of bank of america and american life. europe's woes continue. gross domestic product contracted by two-tenths a percent in the first quarter of the year keeping the region in recession, a slight ri cover ri in germany failed to jut set recessions in france and italy. the president will meet tomorrow to discuss what the administration plans to do next about the irs's targeting of conservative groups. the white house press secretary saying yesterday that today, rather, that the preponderate expects action. after the beg, full of news starts right now. ♪ news and action. bruno, co-founder and ceo global exfunds says the markets are fairly price, expecting lower returns into the year, find out why, what he's buying now, and live from the pits of the cme. ready to break in as we get some of the 14f filings, the biggest money man
, chances are they have your faceprint on file. google and apple also make faceprints. >> atick: my identity, my faceprint should be recognized as my property. my face is as important as my financial records, as my health records. it's very private to me. >> stahl: what do you mean, our faces are private? we're out in the street. >> atick: absolutely. >> stahl: we're walking around. closed-circuit cameras all over the place. are they really private? >> atick: our faces are private in the sense that my face does not walk around with a tag saying "i'm joseph atick" in the street. >> stahl: but marketers are working not just on linking our faces on the street to our names, but to our online profiles with our personal data and shopping history. we used to worry about privacy on the web; now we have to worry about privacy just walking around. >> atick: the link is between the online and offline persona is becoming possible, and that's... >> stahl: because of our faces. >> atick: yes, because of our faces. exactly. >> stahl: with security cameras ever present, some people are already thinking up c
america's worst mom. if you google america's worst on it is you. >> 77 googlepages which was at last count. john: maybe you are. >> maybe but there is a lot of people to start to agree with me and realize for some reason we have been sold on the idea this generation can do anything on their own. my friends granddaughter is enrolled at what class? seven months old what do they do? >> she is enrolled in crawling class. i guess this is what you get on youway out in these of our baby kneepads because you decorated the nursery in crash gla. this is around because we're told this generation is so vulnerable they cannot do anything safely or successfully that is why they're not outside playing and this is just the tip of the iceberg. john: you started take our children to the parking and leave them there day. >> by a popular holiday. you take your children to the part that is closest to you because this stage some go to magnet or special ed or parochial and they don't necessarily know all the same children in the neighborhood. you bring them to thehe local park at the ages seven or eight or nine
to read about it or google that, you know what he said they are created all kinds of ways given the people he hasn't dated in this book have no doubt the ways of the cross and in every single direction. rather than me telling you any more, please welcome david stockman. [applause] >> well, thank you for coming. the debate shouldn't have a closer, but i warn you i am wired. washington to get there someone wearing a wire and it's having a healthy thing to do. i want to say a few things and hopefully take a bunch of questions and i'm happy to send the book and so forth. i have to start by confessing i'm really gratified all of you came to a book party when i'm not even a real author. according to some, i am a cranky old man who got lost somewhere in 700 pages to air at least according to professor krugman. so i am politically incorrect, but i have to say when i did the times piece on sunday and the reaction came immediately not only from an, but many of his fellow travelers, all of a sudden the book took off. i was amazed. a 700 page book has a lot of great history and so forth in may. normal
're seeing in the dough, the nasdaq actually posting a gain. google did hit the new all time high. blackberry shares on the move. that's blackberry live. the street is expecting some type of update on how the q10 and z10 phones are selling thus far. this is its mobile device management platform. so i will be reporting live at the blackberry live event. be sure to get you all of the updates. >> look forward to it. thank you. >> we're watching yields of many different countries. if you look at our yield you can see its elevated a couple of basis points in a sell off that was started by a rumor that proved to be accurate. you are breaking the long term subsidy and it isn't easy. >> the 80 basis points. this is a market to watch. markets move substantially on thursday. the last chart is the most fascinating going all the way back to october of '08 the last time you it doesn't matter. it certainly seems as though the doll dollar. >> we're going to talk about my love for japan. you are used to hearing about china. now another asian nation is under the mike scope. that's next. it's monday. a brand n
, vaness and brt, it is incredible transportation, easy access to the south bay highways and google etc.. and haze valley is just two blocks away. and this project, and with the knights and our other project 100 and, this is going to change this is really important right now it is a dangerous area to walk at night. so the project. there is a picture of it. >> there is the picture of the project. and it is a nice building. you look at the design now and that is our 6th design. and i don't have time to tell you a story, maybe i will tell you it any ways. we went through the planning and we made presentation after presentation, and i really liked when jackson and we kept getting shot down and shot down and finally we want up this one and we will show you how it goes to the historical neighborhood. and you know this took forever, but finally we get the staff support. two weeks ago, i go meet with tom masenbrado of the hud. and tom says i swear to god in the first five minutes you know that is a historical district and if that building does not go with the historical, the nature of the build
that is double what they hoped for at this time. 20 companies including google and the gap have pitched n most money going towards hosting events in san francisco and santa clara. 25% helping charities. the committee will use financial backing this month to the nfl. >> we're going highlight all that we have to offer which is technologies and we have napa valuey and carmel. we have the ferry building. santa clara going to be a great, great host the florida legislature turned down $350 million in improvements. >> three firefighters suffered minor injuries. it started at about noon in the basement of old victorian on cedar street. a neighbor saw smoke ran into the skmous helped a woman escape. two firefighters were treated for heat exhaustion. a third injured when a window fell on him. >> the new interim police chief walked the bee today to meet business owner autos the chief is take together streets was a symbolic gesture, nick smith says it may be a new strategy for officers. >> less than a week on the job and the city law enforcement officer is reaching out to residents and shop owners in nort
. pledges came in from big name bay area companies including apple, google, gap and yahoo. the committee also said, 25-percent of that money will be donated to help those in poverty living in the bay area. >> a mother's day parade in new orleans turns nearly get a prett. a californian landslide swallowing holmes forcing residents to evacuate. coming next on kron 4 news. >> look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. with qualifying bundles. joinjo us at projectluna.com mamake a wish!h! i wish w we could lie e here for
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to not have reached the lever, so i cannot have been a suicide. [laughter] google id. i am telling you, folks. anyway, he is coming home from his job as a forensic plumber, and his wife tells him he needs to pick up some wine for her women's book club. so he sees the wine shop. so they come back together. that sets out this chain of events. they hate each other. but i keep getting pushed together randomly. within a matter of days, without intending to, they have hijacked a clothing-optional cruise ship. [laughter] >> it gets a little weird starting their. >> that is very early in the plot. from there, this is the story of who do not want to be together, all they want to do is go home, but things keep happening to them. they become international terrorists, and the end up going all over the world. >> they bring democracy to cuba. [laughter] they delivered two million bananas to the starving folks in somalia. they go from being perceived as terrorists into being great liberators. >> but they never know. they have no idea that any of this is happening all the way through. that is sort of how we
. >>> the head of google is facing a major health challenge this morning. ceo larry page reveals he has a paralyzed left vocal cord and severely restricted right vocal cord. investors worried last summer when he lost his voice and missed two key meetings for the company but says he can still handle his duties even though his voice remains soft and raspy. >>> u.s. airlines cleaned occupy an baggage fee changes. the 15 largest carriers took in more than $6 billion of those fees. the most since they became common five years ago. delta took in the most but carried the most passengers. the charges are credited with helping the industry return to profitability. >>> connoisseur of coffee, bad news for you. some of the world's best coffee beans are under attack by an aggressive fungus. it is spreading through coffee fields in central america. growers could lose up to half a billion resulting in higher costs for companies. luckily it hasn't made it all the way to the customer yet. >>> burger king looking to step up its game against mcdonald's with the own pop largs version of the mcrib sandwich.
and alaska airline. >>> google's product showcase, most attention was focused on the ceo's voice. >> the opportunities we have are tremendous. >> that's larry page making a rare appearance and a day after disclosing he suffers from vocal cord paralysis. the speech must have eased some mind because the stock passed $900 a share for the first time ever yesterday. >>> someone is willing to pay a lot of money to sit down with page's rival over at apple. a date with tim cook has been auctioned off for 610,000 bucks on the website charity buzz. the bidder who remains anonymous will get to spend an hour with cook. >>> we mentioned new highs on wall street and stock prices aren't the only things that are setting records of the christie's has just auctioned off a record $495 million worth of contemporary art. liechtenstein, the eye-popping prices, $56 million for this roy liechtenstein. "women with flowered hats" is based on an earlier painting by picasso and this jackson pollock which is a dripped painting, number 19, went on for a record of $58.3 million. >> oh, man. >>> i don't -- >> s
bios online for reporters. they can stay out of google. she's award winning reporter and covered california schools for 14 years and knows a lot about this subject and was honored by the california teacher association and received the highest award about the growing number of homeless students in the school system. she is a san francisco native and was in the peace corps and tout in west africa and please welcome jill tucker. [applause] >> thank you. she just dated me with that 9090 peace corps thing. okay. i want to say how great it is to be here. i have been looking at everyone's name tags and awed by the wide variety of people and i want you to in rolodex. email me. there are great stories i have been hearing today. we have amazing and large panel and it is an honor to moderate for them. real quickly you will have to take my word. i have read their full bios which are three pages here. i'm not going to read all of that but you have to my word these are award winning policy makers and leaders in our community. we will start with jeff rosen. [applause] he's the distric
and five time the profit of google is just plain wrong. i paid 8.25% of my loans and then put them on 0% credit cards and kept rotating until i tad it off. yeah, i did go to school, barnicle. thanks very much. >>> let's go to business. the banks will score a major victory with trillions of dollars on the line. later this morning, federal regulators walk back the proposal to weaken the dominance of several banks in the derivative market. big banks control is seen as the largest contributing factors of the financial crisis and yet just five banks still krl more than 90% of the entire market. for more on this and the rest of the day' headlines, let's go to charn cho. this is like a $700 trillion deal here. give us some details. >> brian, good morning. yes, this is a very big market out there. the derivatives market. $633 trillion is one of the numbers bantyedded about. it is a clup that is dominated by the major banks. there was an ambitious proposal to force those who go out there and solicit prices for derivatives to go up to five different banks to try to get prices before they settled
of street closure autos you can help navigate with our traffic app that is free on google play or apple's app store. >> now, dangerous talk. spencer christian. >> yes its going to be warmer on sunday for thofs you going au natural. here is a look, clear, breezy and cool for today's weather. a live view from mount tam looking down at ocean beach. we had low clouds, temperatures 60 degrees right now in san francisco. 68 this san jose. another live view at the golden gate bridge where traffic is moving along briskly. blue skies. here is a look at the forecast as our exploratorium camera gives us a loo look across the bay towards the bay bridge. clear skies this evening and areas of low clouds will develop. tomorrow morning lingering low clouds. and sunny tomorrow afternoon that will be the beginning of the warm up. high temperatures from about 60 or 62 at the coast up to about 80. i'll give you a look into the forecast a little bit later. >> still ahead on abc 7 news a peeping exhibit. residents raise privacy concerns after becoming the subject of an art gallery. >> we're live at what some
google searches. very interesting. for example, four out of the top five, only have one name. but there is one interesting one. let me read them, lady gaga, keisha, madonna, beyonce, found out she's pregnanters. rihanna, britney spears and justin bieber. this is the most popular women on the web. if you review the searches, it comes upith, yeah. that guy. >> that's bob's friend. >> okay, go ahead. >> this morning i run into my very good friend trace adkins. look at the picture, who is a huge fan of "the five," i'm a huge fan of trace adkins. he says, tell kimberly guilfoyle i said hi. sunday night trace will be on the live final d of "celebrity apprentice," am sunday night, i'm going to go to this thing. it will be fantastic, he's up against penn gillette. i'm going to do it right here. team trace. >> there you go. i'm going to answer another question. did i ever contact martha stewart for a date? the answer is no, i didn't, because i was in no mood to go antique, which she likes to do, or go to museums, which she likes to do, or to see as many flower patterns as i saw in the
, and vandalism. >> but mark was very close, literally, to a different outcome, from google earth you can see just how close he was to committing a crime in san mateo county, just on the other side of the creek. that would have changed everything. >> if somebody has stolen something, like anything else, they have to accept the consequences for their conduct if they're caught and we do convict them for that. >> steve says his county will charge an offender, first time misdemeanor or not, every single time. >> something as simple as vandalism, we will prosecute that. >> the punishment includes taking part in the sheriff's work program, usually picking up trash on the side of the highway, being subject to search and seizure by police, paying hefty fines. while conviction doesn't usually mean jail time, it does leave a mark on your record. >> we don't want people to lose their jobs. we don't want people to have their life destroyed over a misdemeanor. but we do want them to make amends for their criminal conduct. >> i've known him for 30 years. he is a really good lawy. but in this instance, he's a di
this ng excican also google this and there's a lot of different social news stories online that can provide the information as well. thank you very much. (applause). >> all right, that's our panel. we're going to take a break right now, just a short break for 10 minutes, and the lunch is just like yesterday, lunch is going to be dropped at the tables and then everybody come back and we'll start with our next panel discussion, it's a working lunch, and the panelists i'm sure they will be circulating so if you have some questions for them, please feel free to approach them. thank you very much for joining us, admiral. (applause). from secretaries and generals to marin county search and rescue over there to nert members, it's a great mix of people and i think that integration is crucial because when we're preparing before during and after a disaster response, everyone in this room has a role to play in one way or another. and it's a great mix. and having been a former fire fighter this topic is important to me. when you think about one point, 1 million fire fighters around the count
, you can look online, you can google it, it's called the next generation incident command system or nics. it's a command and control web-based tool that we're looking with mit lincoln labs and dss and i would foresee when we stand up our wing operation center at miramar that the marine corps liaison and the navy liaison and if need be the guard liaison would have access to that tool. the next generation command system is a fantastic web-based command and control technology that we expect to use in the future. with that, thank you. >> thanks. colonel yeager. >> i just want to say you can't underestimate the risk presented by these environments we fly in and really the relationships that we build with cal fire and the training prepares us to mitigate that risk. as rear admiral riveras said, bad things tend it happen at night. they also happen on the weekend and i think we have a 3-day week jepld here but i assure you we are ready to respond. >> from personal experience in 2007, i started training for fire fighting in 2006 but in 2007 was my first actual experience fighting fi
, check out our waze traffic app, free from apple app store or from google play. we are on a clear day. 200 miles from the top of mount diablo. >> the hills are getting brown. warmer air mass today. we are going to see drier conditions with high fire danger really throughout the weekend but particularly tomorrow and monday. we have a little bit of fog left over and breezy winds. unfortunately those winds are going to turn offshore by the end of the weekend. live doppler, we're not pickingd sunny and temperatures in the low 50s, san francisco, upper 50s in mountain view, upper 40s in santa cruz. half moon bay, breeze did i day for you. temperatures will warm everywhere today above normal in the north bay. then significantly warmer tomorrow as the northerly gradient takes over. 54 with a little patchy fog. santa rosa, 51. you were down to 39 in napa this morning. 52 right now. mid 50s in union city and lx. highlights calling for mostly sunny conditions, warming trend, above normal tomorrow. gusty offshore winds, highest elevations late tomorrow through monday, but decreasing relative hum
've been featuring young people trying to change the world. tonight, jack andraka who started googling ways to prevent cancer after losing a friend to the disease and look where it took him. jack andraka's science project doesn't sound like a high school sophomore's crowning acheesmed. it sounds more like a nobel prize winner. >> pancreatic, ovarian, and lung, but also-- >> axelrod: costs how much. >> three cent. >> axelrod: three cents and takes how long? >> five minute to run. >> axelrod: that's right. after a close friend died from pancreatic cancer, this 16-year-old from crownsville, maryland unleeshed his hyperdrive intellect on preventing more cancer deaths. >> it's 168 times faster over 26,000 times less expensive and over 400 times more sensitive than the current methods of diagnosis. >> axelrod: he tinkered in his room and using information readily available on line, he came up with a new way to detect cancer. >> all pancreatic cancers are diagnosed late when someone has less than a 2% chance of survival and our current test costs $800 per test and misses 30% of all pancreatic canc
it for free from itunes, the amazon app store and on google play. there are two kinds there are two kinds how to khinking about how to kill people--psychopaths and mystery writers. i'm the kind that pays better. who am i? i'm rick castle. castle. castle. i really am ruggedly handsome, aren't i? every writer needs inspiration, and i've found mine. detective kate beckett. beckett. beckett. nikki heat? the character he's basing on you. and thanks to my friendship with the mayor, i get to be on her case. i would be happy to let you spank me. and together, we catch killers. we make a pretty good team, you know?
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is relatively cheap, so will there not be someone who does the back end, amazon, eastbound, google, whoever it is, papal, who will keep all that information for you and actually for the small business, it won't be as big of a burden, or will it? >> well, some of the software will actually be free. that doesn't mean that it costs us nothing to implement it. even if the software is free and we are very suspicious of the state provided free software, they're not renowned for providing high quality software. it's going to cost us potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars to integrate 20 or more different software packages with our shopping carts and we have multiple different shopping carts. we used the e-bay platform. we use the amazon platform. we have back end systems. >> don't you think they'll integrate it themselves or no? >> no, we have to do the integration. and we have to test it on multiple different browsers, multiple different operating systems, phones, tablets. >> right. and as a small business, i mean, any bit of compliance is a lot, frankly. >> we estimate that our compliance
on twitter and on google, plus look for @mariabartiromo. >>> here is a look at the news that may move the markets and impact your money. home depot, hp, target and sears. on monday, united continental will begin flying the 787 dreamliner once again. and on tuesday, microsoft is set to debut the next generation xbox. on wednesday ben bernanke will testify on the central bank's economic outlook before congress. that same day, the fomc minutes from its meeting earlier this month will be released. also on wednesday, existing home sales figures come out for the month of april. the new home sales figures will also follow on thursday. >>> and finally today, that cup of joe keeps getting more and more expensive. but it is worth more than half a million dollars? it was to one anonymous bidder who paid $610,000 to have a coffee date with apple ceo tim cook at the company headquarters. charity buzz, which helps nonprofits raise donations, kicked off the auction back in april with a starting bid of $50,000. the majority of the proceeds will benefit the robert f. kennedy center for justice and hum
guests, check out the website, otm.cnbc.com. i hope you'll follow me on twitter and on google plus. look for @mariabartiromo. >>> first, though, here is a look at the stories coming up in the week ahead that may move the markets and impact your money this week. first quarter earnings reports are out from retailers macy's, walmart, kohl's and jcpenney. last month we get the total retail sales report, get a look at consumer spending there. and wednesday, the producer price index will be produced. the ppi tracks inflation at the wholesale level. thursday the consumer price index to see if we are paying more for our goods. thursday the number of residential units that begun construction last month will be out. >>> finally today, it is as close to perfect as you can get. consumer reports gave the best score it's ever given, a 99 out of 100 to the electric car, the tesla model s. the month partisan, nonprofit magazine cited the tesla's power, handling, and pinpoint interior. tesla just reported the first profitable quarter in the company's ten-year history. by the way, if you're interested, th
.christina.com. i hope you'll follow me on twitter and google+. look for me @mario bartiromo. >> still a few companies, home depot, best buy, hp, target and sears. on monday united continental will fly the 787 crime liner. tuesday microsoft will debut the next generation xbox. on wednesday ben bernanke will testify on the central bank's outlook to congress. the minutes from earlier this month will be released. also on wednesday, existing home sales figures come out for the month of april. the new home sales figures will also follow on thursday. finally today that cup of joe keeps getting more and more expensive. is it worth more than half a million dollars? it was to one anonymous bidder who paid $610,000 to have a coffee date with apple ceo tim cook at the company headquarters. charity buzz, which helps nonprofits raise donations kicked off the auction back in april with a starting bid of $50,000. the majority of the proceeds will benefit the robert f. kennedy center for justice and human rights. that will do it for us today. thank you so much for being with me. next week, graduation time f
. >>> in virginia and dozens of people hurt after a car drives to google group some of the injuries are serious. the crash happened after royalties festival in damascus about half hour east of bristol. police say an elderly man was behind the wheel when all of a sudden he somehow lost control of his car. police say he may have suffered a medical emergency just before the wreck. his identity has not yet been released, but these are saying he was participating in the parade. >>> back in maryland, limo coaches fire along interstate 83 with several people on the side of the highway. baltimore county firefighters say the well wheel caught fire and flames were seen coming from the back of the limo. >>> 138 preakness put baltimore epicenter of helpers freezing world. this morning mark viviano has more on the surprise finish in the big after party. >> reporter: good morning. orb came to both triple crown dreams, but in his preakness run, he's outdone by a team of hall of famers. 117,000 fans packed the racecourse providing the infield/and all the fun with concerts, concession, and cash. newly $82 mill
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